Harris received a B.A. degree from Brown University in Art History, studied at The Art Students League of New York, apprenticed with designer Lester Beall, and worked on the staff of Apparel Arts (Esquire) and Harper's Bazaar. She's been featured in solo and collaborative installations from at Silvermine Guild Art Center (New Canaan, CT), New Britain Museum of American Art, and the John Slade Ely House, among others. … [Read more...] about A SHARED RETROSPECTIVE of Art and Collaboration at City Gallery
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The arts are a problem. That’s worrying for a culture columnist like me. A survey among 5,000 people for Arts Council England (Ace) concludes that many are uncomfortable with the term “the arts”, associating it simply with opera and ballet. Around half the population also never enters a theatre or gallery because they are intimidated by the buildings themselves (“walled barriers”). … [Read more...] about Can we rescue the arts – and arts funding – from perennial elitism?
Koonce, who earned his undergraduate degree in classics at Case Western Reserve University and a master's degree in theology from St. Joseph's College of Maine, worked in development at University Hospitals, Western Reserve Land Conservancy and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History before joining BGCC. At the Cleveland Clubs, he helped build a development program that enabled the organization to expand to 14 clubs serving 900 kids per day. … [Read more...] about Cleveland Heights Resident Named CDO For Boys & Girls Clubs
Addressing the students, founder of the Kalamkari Museum and artisan P. Srinivas said: “Sharing our experiences, challenges, and journey with the students and scholars from different nations is a rewarding experience. Our team of artisans is striving to develop the museum into an authentic Indian source on the textile art of Kalamkari.” … [Read more...] about Exploring the textile art of Kalamkari
On his part, Agbogidi, Igwe Nnaemeka Achebe who confessed that he is part of the festival stated that LIMCAF, which is the longest running art festival in Nigeria started on a modest ground and has been growing. The works have been improving every year. He however urged the government to do the needful by supporting art. “The private efforts we will not relent but the government must do what other governments are doing and support art”, he added. … [Read more...] about LIMCAF expanding beyond limits … as Shyllon, Achebe urge govt to support art